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  • EFCC confirms arrest of Jigawa ex-Gov., Turaki

    Spokesman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mr Wilson Uwujaren, has confirmed the arrest of a former Governor of Jigawa, Sen. Saminu Turaki, by the anti-graft agency. “What is there to confirm? It is true,” Uwujaren told a News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) correspondent on phone. A source in the commission had earlier…

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  • Badoo killings: Whistles, machetes now household necessities in Ikorodu

    Residents of Ikorodu in Lagos State now sleep with machetes and whistles as survival strategies against the dreaded Badoo cult, terrorising the area. An investigation by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in the area on Tuesday revealed that virtually every household in Ikorodu now has whistles and machetes and other implements for self-defence. A…

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  • Cross River: 150 killed in 3-day communal clash

    One hundred and fifty people have been confirmed dead after a three-day war between two communities in Cross River over land. The Director-General of the Cross River State Emergency Management Agency (CR-SEMA), John Inaku, confirmed the development in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Calabar on Tuesday. “Between June 27 and 29…

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  • Metuh trial adjourned till Oct. 23

    The Federal High Court, Abuja, on Tuesday adjourned the trial of Olisah Metuh, former National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), until Oct. 23 for continuation of trial. The adjournment is because the court is due to commence its annual vacation on July 10. At the resumed hearing, Mr Sam-Ben Nwosu, a defence…

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  • Double trouble for Nigerian prisoners

    After serving jail terms in Thailand, govt has forgotten us in Kirikiri’ We’ll investigate their cases and do justice – NPS By Tessy Igomu Dressed in shorts and a T-shirt, Kingsley ChikwubuikeOkpala looked dishevelled and troubled. As he stared at the stream of human traffic and watched the open display of emotion by family members…

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  • Refugees lament food shortage in Damaturu displaced persons camp

    The Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the Abari camp in Damaturu say they are now facing food scarcity, as they have planted their remaining grains in their farmlands. One of the IDPs, Modu Bukar, told News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Damaturu on Tuesday that most of the IDPs had used the available grains as seeds…

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  • Amid scourge of abductions, Navy surveils riverine areas

    The Nigerian Navy on Tuesday said it would deploy more men and resources for surveillance of the riverine areas to tackle the rising cases of kidnapping there. The new Flag Officer Commanding (FOC) Western Naval Command (WNC), Rear Adm. Sylvanus Abba, said this after taking over the command from his predecessor, Rear Adm. Ferguson Bobai….

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  • Etisalat Nigeria appoints new CEO, Board

    Etisalat Nigeria on Tuesday confirmed the appointment of Mr Boye Olusanya, a former Deputy Managing Director of Celtel, Nigeria now Airtel Nigeria as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The telecommunications company said in a statement by its management in Lagos that Olusanya was replacing Matthew Willsher, who stepped down as the CEO on Monday, July…

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